Cycling jerseys put up with a lot. Exposed to rain, road grime, energy gels and the potent sweat of the Mamil. Usually worn once then washed and worn again because usually after one hard ride the jersey needs dealing with at arms length. This shortens the life of any garment…
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 09:41

Smith Pivlock Asana Glasses- Tested and Reviewed

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There's more to a good pair of sunglasses than just reducing the sun's brightness. Our Cycling Editor's partnet, Julie, puts a pair of Smith Optics Asana, designed specifically for adventure, to the test.
Tuesday, 22 August 2017 09:02

Karcher OC3 Portable Cleaner tested and reviewed

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As Summer turns to Autumn and trails turn to mud we take a look at the Karcher OC3 Portable Cleaner, a portable solution with uses for everything from mountain biking to dog walking.
A brand new, Lakes-based Adventure Cycle Festival has announced further event details, including its star speaker.
Thursday, 03 November 2016 10:34

Osprey Momentum 32 - First impressions

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Osprey say their new Momemntum 32 "was born to commute" and from the moment you pick it up you'll understand why they say it.
Saturday, 28 November 2015 16:18

Henty's Tube Tested and Reviewed

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I used to be a banker. I’m sorry about that but look at this way, a lot of people got a very good savings account with an extraordinary APR due to the PPI I sold. Anyway, whilst I was working for The Man I started to commute on two wheels.…
There is a general perception that cycle commuting is dangerous but in reality it’s no more dangerous than other forms of transport and certainly better for my mental health than sitting in a metal box watching other drivers checking Facebook or picking their noses.
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